Tata Motors has launched the Indigo Manza Club Class at an event organized at Mehboob Studio in Mumbai. While the Indigo Manza receives no changes in dimensions, the car now gets a host of new features including chrome window garnish, black Italian leather upholstery, chrome instrument cluster, chrome and leather finished gear knob, touchscreen multimedia navigation with GPS, two-tone dashboard, infinity contrast roof, 8-spoke alloy wheels, steering mounted audio controls, automatic climate control. Two new variants have been added to the Tata Manza line-up – EX and EXL which are the top variants of the car now. The other variants are LS, LX and VX, which replace the Aqua, Aura variant nomenclature.
The Tata Indigo Manza is available in six colors – wine, red, grey, white and silver come with black roof, while black colored Manza comes with silver roof. This roof color combination is only offered on the EX and EXL variants. The Indigo Manza is powered by a 1.3-litre Quadrajet90 diesel which produces 90 PS of peak power at 4000 RPM and 200 Nm of peak torque between 1750-3000 RPM. The petrol engine is powered by a 1.4-litre Saffire90 engine which produces 90 PS of peak power at 6000 RPM and 116 Nm of peak torque at 4750 RPM. Both engines are mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. There are no changes to the engines of the Manza and thus they continue to deliver the same mileage of 21.02 km/l for the diesel version and 13.7 km/l for the petrol version .
The power window switches are now back lit and LED lights are placed on the top of the rear windshield. There is chrome on the for lamps and lower part of the front grille. The diesel Indigo Manza gets Q-Jet badging, which is essentially the Quadrajet. Tata Motors has reduced prices of the Manza, making the vehicle a very value for money proposition in the lower C-segment. The Manza LS (base petrol) is priced at Rs. 5.70 lakhs where as the base diesel Manza variant is priced at Rs. 6.49 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi). The Tata Manza LS Saffire90 is priced at Rs. 6.76 lakhs, while the Manza EX Quadrajet goes up to Rs. 10.62 lakhs (on-road, Mumbai).
Tata Motors plans to add 200 more service and sales outlets taking the total number to 1200 locations across Asia. Tata Motors is looking forward to bringing a drastic change in their customer service.